In April, many different types of vegetables are sown and planted. This is the month when the garden comes to life in all its glory. We plant potatoes, onions, garlic, lettuce, cabbage, and much more. We sow radishes, carrots, parsley, and many other types of vegetables. When Do We Plant Onions and Spring Garlic? If … Read more

In March, we sow and plant vegetables that can be harvested in spring and early summer. Gardening work can begin as soon as the soil is prepared for cultivation. In March, we also sow seedlings of tomatoes and other vegetables. In March, we sow and plant lettuce Lettuce can be sown at the end of … Read more

Do you want to loosen the soil in your garden without back pain and arm strain? The Broadfork (also known as Grelinette) and the Quick Fork allow for quick and easy loosening of the soil in the garden. These two gardening tools are especially suitable for women and older gardeners. They are the right solution … Read more

Are you interested in how to prepare garden soil without digging and with minimal effort? The solution is the Quick Fork. When used correctly, it loosens the soil deeply 2 to 3 times faster. The work is simpler and much less strenuous for your spine and arms. Prepare the garden soil without turning it over. … Read more

The vegetable garden “awaits” in May for the vegetables that will fill the last, still free garden beds in spring. Do not rush the sowing and planting of warm-loving vegetables. Tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, eggplants, and other vegetables like warm soil. Similarly, this applies to pole beans, lentils, chickpeas, and asparagus beans. A good gardener is … Read more

In June, we plant and sow on the beds that have become available after harvesting lettuce, radishes, kohlrabi, early potatoes, and other vegetables. Taking crop rotation into account, we care for the fresh vegetable varieties we want to harvest in autumn and winter. During this time, we also harvest vegetables that we planted and sowed … Read more